May 10, 2021

RhoDeo 2119 Expanse 41



Here today, naturally my mission of trying to breakthough the wall of nonsense build by the supposed smartest men on the planet is continuing as chinks start to appear, their arrogant stupidity set us back decades if not more, electro-magnetics is clean energy and would have delivered us not only flying cars, but flying saucers aswell and who knows a pathway into other dimensions..Meanwhile i got a request to continue the Expanse, and as this is one of the greatest SF series of our days and within it Abaddon's Gate one of it's highlights no reason to stop there then, so i won't...N Joy..

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Before Einstein created his unique theorems on relativity, deflating Newton’s theories on gravity, Nikola Tesla posited the idea that electricity and energy were responsible for almost all cosmic phenomena. Tesla saw energy and electricity as an “incompressible fluid” of constant quantity that could neither be destroyed nor created.

    If you want to find the secrets of the universe, think in terms of energy, frequency, and vibration.

— Nikola Tesla


An X-ray image of Saturn and its rings.

Both Saturn’s body and its rings are so electrically active that they shine in X-ray light.

“Saturn is more like the Sun than the Earth.”
— Wal Thornhill

Almost everyone knows that one should not look directly into the flame of an arc welder, since the plasma at the tip is so hot that it emits extreme ultraviolet light, which can damage the retina. Whenever X-rays are used to look inside the body, sensitive areas are shielded because the wavelengths are so energetic that they can ionize soft tissues, possibly destroying them.

It seems that a visit to Saturn might require one to don not only a spacesuit, but one able to withstand fairly hard radiation.The plasmasphere of Saturn is an electrical environment, causing everything from dark-mode plasma discharges, to gigantic lighting bolts that flash across the ring plane. When the  Cassini-Huygens spacecraft got close enough to finally start observing Saturn, planetary scientists were shocked to discover lightning of immense power, up to a million times more powerful than anything on Earth.

However, the 90 megawatts of X-rays coming from the planet were not attributed to its electrical nature. Instead, Saturn’s atmosphere is said to reflect X-rays from the Sun, although the science team admitted when the discovery was made that the intensity of the “reflections” was “surprising.” The reason it was so surprising is that they ignored the fact that planets with magnetic fields can capture ionized particles to form a giant electrified magnetosphere. In the past, NASA scientists reported that Enceladus, a small moon that orbits within Saturn’s ring plane, causes Saturn’s magnetosphere to bend. According to the report, the effect is due to a flow of electric charge that occurs when particles from Enceladus interact with the magnetosphere of Saturn. A demonstrable electrical effect is occurring between Saturn and Enceladus.Once conventional science sees the question in electrical terms, the many puzzles with which they are confronted will become clear. The “electric Sun” is what drives the energetic phenomena on Saturn, as well as on its moon Enceladus and the other planets.

Saturn emits more energy than it receives: 2.3 times more, so it is being powered by another source. It is also probable that the interior of the planet has its own heat. There is good evidence that Saturn once existed as an independent body from the Sun. As such, it would have received more energy in the recent past, its power source having since been usurped by the Sun. Jupiter is similar to Saturn, discharging more energy than it receives from the Sun, although Saturn’s output is greater. One speculation is that super-cooled helium fell out of the atmosphere during Saturn’s formation. The resulting kinetic energy might have warmed up the core. However, the evidence suggests that Saturn was once of greater stature, but has subsequently been dethroned. According to ancient legends, Saturn occupied a position of prominence in the sky. It was not the tiny pinprick of light that can be seen on dark nights. Rather, it was worshipped as the central luminary, the all-powerful Sun. If that was the case, then its current position in the Solar System is far removed from what it was. Without going into details that are elaborated elsewhere, that disturbance and rearrangement of planets means that Saturn is the way it is not because of how it was conventionally formed, but because it is closer to being a star than it is to being a planet. Indeed, as our ancestors tell us, it was a star.

Stephen Smith

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A new scientific paper provides stunning affirmation of one of the most striking predictions of the Electric Universe/catastrophist hypothesis. The paper, published in the Journal Icarus, reports that the water on Saturn’s moons and in its rings is remarkably similar to water on our own planet, a completely unexpected finding for planetary scientists.

As surprising as this connection between Saturn and Earth is for planetary scientists, the connection was in fact explicitly predicted by one of the great scientific heretics of the 20th century. Nearly three-quarters of a century ago, Dr. Immanuel Velikovsky proposed that within human memory, a period of chaos reigned in the inner solar system. In this scenario, one of the migrating planets was Saturn, and it was Velikovsky’s seemingly outrageous thesis that the water in Earth’s oceans came from the gas giant.

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The Expanse is a series of science fiction novels (and related novellas and short stories) by James S. A. Corey, the joint pen name of authors Daniel Abraham and Ty Franck. The first novel, Leviathan Wakes, was nominated for the Hugo Award for Best Novel in 2012. The series as a whole was nominated for the Best Series Hugo Award in 2017.

As of 2019, The Expanse is made up of eight novels and eight shorter works - three short stories and five novellas. At least nine novels were planned, as well as two more novellas. The series was adapted for television by the Syfy Network, also under the title of The Expanse, then they dropped the ball despite the succes of the series, i suspect the whole thing got too serious (expensive) so once again Syfy network proved they can't handle success. Anyway fans were outraged and got Amazon Prime to pick it up for a fourth and fifth series and considering the mountain of money Jeff Bezos sits on i suspect several more as long as the fans keep cheering.

The Expanse is set in a future in which humanity has colonized much of the Solar System, but does not have interstellar travel. In the asteroid belt and beyond, tensions are rising between Earth's United Nations, Mars, and the outer planets.

The series initially takes place in the Solar System, using many real locations such as Ceres and Eros in the asteroid belt, several moons of Jupiter, with Ganymede and Europa the most developed, and small science bases as far out as Phoebe around Saturn and Titania around Uranus, as well as well-established domed settlements on Mars and the Moon.

As the series progresses, humanity gains access to thousands of new worlds by use of the ring, an artificially sustained Einstein-Rosen bridge or wormhole, created by a long dead alien race. The ring in our solar system is two AU from the orbit of Uranus, and passing through it leads to a hub of starless space approximately one million kilometers across, with more than 1,300 other rings, each with a star system on the other side. In the center of the hub, which is also referred to as the "slow zone", an alien space station controls the gates and can also set instantaneous speed limits on objects inside of the hub as a means of defense.

The story is told through multiple main point-of-view characters. There are two POV characters in the first book and four in books 2 through 5. In the sixth and seventh books, the number of POV characters increases, with several characters having only one or two chapters. Tiamat's Wrath returns to a more limited number with five. Every book also begins and ends with a prologue and epilogue told from a unique character's perspective.

#     Title             Pages     Audio     
1     Leviathan Wakes     592     20h 56m
2     Caliban's War         595     21h     
3     Abaddon's Gate     539     19h 42m
4     Cibola Burn         583     20h 7m
5     Nemesis Games     544     16h 44m
6     Babylon's Ashes     608     19h 58m
7     Persepolis Rising     560     20h 34m
8     Tiamat's Wrath         544     19h 8m
9     Unnamed final novel


Nemesis Games is a 2015 science fiction novel by James S. A. Corey, the pen name of Daniel Abraham and Ty Franck, and the fifth book in their The Expanse series. It is the sequel to Cibola Burn. The cover art is by Daniel Dociu.[Nemesis Games received positive reviews. Andrew Liptak of io9 called the novel "Corey’s 'Empire Strikes Back'".


The Rocinante is down for long-term maintenance after the events of Cibola Burn. Three crew members decide to take care of some personal business during the down time. Amos Burton heads to Earth when he learns someone important from his past there has died, to pay his respects and to make sure no foul play was involved. Alex Kamal heads to Mars in the hopes of getting closure with his ex-wife and to see Bobbie while there. Naomi Nagata heads to Ceres station, when she receives a message that her son Filip is in trouble. While Jim Holden supervises repairs to the Rocinante, he is enlisted by Monica Stuart to investigate disappearing colony ships.

Facing collapse by the exodus of colony ships through the rings, militant factions of the OPA coalesce into a Free Navy and simultaneously wreak havoc on Earth as they try to kill the Martian Prime Minister and Fred Johnson. Amos survives the attacks on Earth, frees Clarissa Mao and escapes to Luna with her help and the help of Baltimore organized crime acquaintances from his old life. Alex meets Bobbie on Mars and they investigate missing Martian military equipment and ships, which leads them into the middle of the assassination attempt on the Prime Minister. Naomi is kidnapped by her ex-lover Marco, leader of the Free Navy, but manages to escape; Alex and Bobbie rescue her.

The crew reunites on the Rocinante. What's left of the Earth, Mars and the non-militant OPA government meet on Luna. Naomi finally tells Jim about her violent past. Amos asks that Clarissa stay as his apprentice. The Free Navy has encamped past the belt and is preventing anyone from going through the rings. It is revealed that the Free Navy was sold most of its equipment by a rogue faction of the Martian Navy led by Admiral Winston Duarte and that the disappearing colony ships are being consumed by a force within the gates.

<a href="">James S.A. Corey - The Expanse .Nemesis Games 36-42  </a> ( 136min  61mb)

James S.A. Corey - The Expanse .Nemesis Games 36-42   136min

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<a href="">James Corey - The Expanse Caliban's War 01-07 </a> ( 139min  63mb)
<a href="">James Corey - The Expanse Caliban's War 08-15 </a> ( 173min  78mb)
<a href="">James Corey - The Expanse Caliban's War 16-22 </a> ( 169min  64mb)
<a href="">James Corey - The Expanse Caliban's War 23-29 </a> ( 165min  64mb)
<a href="">James Corey - The Expanse Caliban's War 30-36 </a> ( 167min  67mb)
<a href="">James Corey - The Expanse Caliban's War 37-43 </a> ( 149min  67mb)
<a href="">James Corey - The Expanse Caliban's War 44-50 </a> ( 150min  60mb)
<a href="">James Corey - The Expanse Caliban's War 51-57 </a> ( 104min  48mb)
<a href="">James Corey - The Expanse Abaddon's Gate 01-07 </a> ( 143min  66mb)
<a href="">James Corey - The Expanse Abaddon's Gate 08-14 </a> ( 157min  72mb)
<a href="">James Corey - The Expanse Abaddon's Gate 15-21 </a> ( 139min  64mb)
<a href="">James Corey - The Expanse Abaddon's Gate 22-28 </a> ( 158min  72mb)
<a href="">James Corey - The Expanse Abaddon's Gate 29-35 </a> ( 138min  63mb)
<a href="">James Corey - The Expanse Abaddon's Gate 36-42 </a> ( 131min  60mb)
<a href="">James Corey - The Expanse Abaddon's Gate 43-49</a> ( 131min  60mb)
<a href="">James Corey - The Expanse Abaddon's Gate 50-55</a> ( 99min  45mb)
<a href="">James Corey - The Expanse The Vital Abyss </a> ( 146min  67mb)
<a href="">James S.A. Corey - The Expanse Cibola Burn (01-07) </a> ( 132min  61mb)
<a href="">James S.A. Corey - The Expanse Cibola Burn (08-14) </a> ( 128min  59mb)
<a href="">James S.A. Corey - The Expanse Cibola Burn (15-20) </a> ( 134min  59mb)
<a href="">James S.A. Corey - The Expanse Cibola Burn (21-27) </a> ( 135min  62mb)
<a href="">James S.A. Corey - The Expanse Cibola Burn (28-34) </a> ( 135min  62mb)
<a href="">James S.A. Corey - The Expanse Cibola Burn (35-41) </a> ( 126min  58mb)
<a href="">James S.A. Corey - The Expanse Cibola Burn (42-48) </a> ( 154min  70mb)
<a href="">James S.A. Corey - The Expanse Cibola Burn (49-56)  </a> ( 161min  74mb)
<a href="">James S.A. Corey - The Expanse Cibola Burn (57-64)  </a> ( 154min  71mb)
<a href="">James S.A. Corey - The Expanse .Nemesis Games 01-07 </a> ( 138min  57mb)
<a href="">James S.A. Corey - The Expanse .Nemesis Games 08-14 </a> ( 135min  64mb)
<a href="">James S.A. Corey - The Expanse .Nemesis Games 15-21 </a> ( 140min  64mb)
<a href="">James S.A. Corey - The Expanse .Nemesis Games 22-28 </a> ( 139min  64mb)
<a href="">James S.A. Corey - The Expanse .Nemesis Games 29-35  </a> ( 130min  60mb)

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aurora said...

Anonymous said...

I finally went ahead and moved my bookmark for this place to the folder I only check once a year or so. It made me a little sad.